Sometimes death teaches you about life.
The death of the man who raised him left Kimanzi Constable reeling with anger, regret, and yes, gratitude.
His grandfather gifted him a legacy, taught him to love story, and to live a life without regrets, now he has to say “thank you” and “goodbye.”
Stuck in a job he hated, 170 pounds overweight, and dealing with the sudden death of his father, this man learned seven life-changing lessons.
Mary Windecker’s husband died during a diving trip in 1994, devastating her family. But a surprising discovery seventeen years later forced her to revisit her pain and loss in ways she hadn’t expected.
Larry Bernstein’s father died seventeen years ago, but his memory lives on in the neckties that were passed down from father to son.
Death ends and begins a journey. Marlayna Glynn Brown confronts herself while facing her father’s alcoholism and death.
A fatherless boy in no man’s land, Rannoch Donald immersed himself in martial arts to become invincible.
Bullying in schools is a subject that is talked about a lot. One of the quieter areas of discussion and research is the experience of parents whose child is responsible for harassing and victimising others.
Earth Strength, where walking to get water is a daily pilgrimage.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews a book about food, family, and Morris Wizenberg’s father.
Get ready for your close up!
Protestor poet Andrew McFadyen-Keechum on the streets of the Baltimore Uprising
We’re on a planet that breathes, pulsing with water and soil and love. We’re on a planet that cradles life without demand, turn after turn … We’re on a planet that is running out: out of water, out of air, out of time.
We invest a lot in preparing women for motherhood. Men deserve the same joy and engagement preparing for their roles.
The bullying isn’t the only thing that will be with you for life — the strength, wisdom, and resilience you’ve learned are forever too.
What you already know could change your life… but it probably won’t, because you like being comfortable too much.
This graduation speaker left Al DeLuise in tears—of laughter.
Men usually think it’s their responsibility to make the first move in dating situations. But here’s why I love it when women approach me first.
What if the imperfections of your partner made them perfectly qualified to be exactly what you need and want?
June 4th, 2015 at the West End Lounge, New York, NY. Tickets on sale now.